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As a state chapter of the Association of American Educators (AAE), the Kansas Association of American Educators (KANAAE) is a statewide non-union, professional educators' organization, advancing the profession by offering a modern approach to teacher representation and educational advocacy, as well as promoting professionalism, collaboration and excellence without a partisan agenda.



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Education and State of the Union 2015

posted by Garry | January 22, 2015, 11:06 AM

Did you miss the State of the Union Address?  If you did, here is AAE’s take from the speech….


In light of Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, we wanted to keep teachers abreast of the education-related policy proposals laid out by President Obama.

 

The two most important education components of last night’s address involved the Student Digital Privacy Act and expanding school access to the internet.

 

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Are You Celebrating Religious Freedom Day?

posted by Garry | January 15, 2015, 03:04 PM

Religious Freedom Day is tomorrow, January 16th. And schools are being encouraged to spend time recognizing the day as the anniversary of the passage of the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom from 1786.

Since it was first declared by President Clinton in 1993, it has been declared every year thereafter and calls upon homes, schools, and places of worship to promote and protect students’ religious rights by informing educators, parents, and students about their civil liberties.

 

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Out with the Old, in with the New!

posted by Garry | December 17, 2014, 10:49 AM

Mike Antonucci from the Education Intelligence Agency couldn’t have put it better when he said that for unions to really make great strides on behalf of Millenials in the teaching profession it “would require sacrificing the interests of those in the room for those still outside of the building.”

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